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2016 Global 100 results

The Global 100 process begins each year on October 1, when the starting universe for the index is established. Companies in the starting universe are put through four screens, and the companies that emerge constitute the Global 100 Shortlist. Companies in the Shortlist are then scored on the priority KPIs for their particular GICS Industry. The top overall performers from each GICS Sector are named to the final Global 100, subject to the number of slots reserved for each GICS Sector.

The Global 100 index (which is equally weighted) commenced on February 1, 2005. The Global 100 is calculated by Solactive, the German index provider. It is available on Bloomberg under the ticker <CKG100 Index> and on Reuters under the ticker <.CKG100>.

It is maintained by Corporate Knights, a Toronto-based media and investment advisory company.

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Rank - 2016Company nameCountryGICS IndustryOverall Score
1BMWGermanyAutomobiles80.10%
2Dassault SystemesFranceSoftware75.70%
3OutotecFinlandConstruction & Engineering74.40%
4Commonwealth Bank of AustraliaAustraliaBanks73.90%
5adidasGermanyTextiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods73.10%
6EnagasSpainGas Utilities72.70%
7Danske BankDenmarkBanks72.40%
8StarHubSingaporeWireless Telecommunication Services71.80%
9Reckitt Benckiser GroupUnited KingdomHousehold Products71.70%
10City DevelopmentsSingaporeReal Estate Management & Development71.30%
11CentricaUnited KingdomMulti-Utilities70.90%
12Schneider ElectricFranceElectrical Equipment70.50%
13Coca-Cola EnterprisesUnited StatesBeverages70.50%
14L'OrealFrancePersonal Products70.00%
15KeskoFinlandFood & Staples Retailing69.30%
16Galp EnergiaPortugalOil, Gas & Consumable Fuels69.10%
17StatoilNorwayOil, Gas & Consumable Fuels69.00%
18Shinhan Financial GroupSouth KoreaBanks68.80%
19Novo NordiskDenmarkPharmaceuticals68.70%
20H&M Hennes & MauritzSwedenSpecialty Retail68.30%
21Marks & Spencer GroupUnited KingdomMultiline Retail68.10%
22Koninklijke PhilipsNetherlandsIndustrial Conglomerates67.90%
23Koninklijke DSMNetherlandsChemicals67.60%
24StorebrandNorwayInsurance67.30%
25UPM-KymmeneFinlandPaper & Forest Products66.90%
26DiageoUnited KingdomBeverages66.80%
27BT GroupUnited KingdomDiversified Telecommunication66.20%
28DNBNorwayBanks66.10%
29EniItalyOil, Gas & Consumable Fuels65.90%
30BiogenUnited StatesBiotechnology65.50%
31Aeroports de ParisFranceTransportation Infrastructure65.20%
32CamecoCanadaOil, Gas & Consumable Fuels64.90%
33Westpac BankingAustraliaBanks64.60%
34Atlas CopcoSwedenMachinery64.50%
35BNP ParibasFranceBanks64.30%
36BG GroupUnited KingdomOil, Gas & Consumable Fuels64.20%
37Teck ResourcesCanadaMetals & Mining64.20%
38IntelUnited StatesSemiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment64.20%
39Neste OilFinlandOil, Gas & Consumable Fuels64.10%
40POSCOSouth KoreaMetals & Mining63.90%
41Skandinaviska Enskilda BankenSwedenBanks63.80%
42SiemensGermanyIndustrial Conglomerates63.80%
43KeringFranceTextiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods63.70%
44LG ElectronicsSouth KoreaHousehold Durables63.60%
45ING GroepNetherlandsBanks63.50%
46EnbridgeCanadaOil, Gas & Consumable Fuels63.40%
47UnileverUnited KingdomFood Products63.30%
48DaimlerGermanyAutomobiles63.20%
49ASML HoldingNetherlandsSemiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment63.10%
50EcolabUnited StatesChemicals63.00%
51TelenorNorwayDiversified Telecommunication62.40%
52ShireIrelandPharmaceuticals62.30%
53TELUSCanadaDiversified Telecommunication62.30%
54Toronto-Dominion BankCanadaBanks62.20%
55Keppel CorporationSingaporeIndustrial Conglomerates61.70%
56Applied MaterialsUnited StatesSemiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment61.60%
57Cisco SystemsUnited StatesCommunications Equipment61.60%
58IberdrolaSpainElectric Utilities61.10%
59Johnson & JohnsonUnited StatesPharmaceuticals61.00%
60NokiaFinlandTechnology Hardware, Storage & Equipment61.00%
61Natura CosmeticosBrazilPersonal Products60.70%
62LegrandFranceElectrical Equipment60.70%
63WSP GlobalCanadaConstruction & Engineering60.60%
64Johnson ControlsUnited StatesAuto Components60.50%
65Agilent TechnologiesUnited StatesLife Sciences Tools & Services60.10%
66Sun Life FinancialCanadaInsurance60.10%
67Australia & New Zealand Banking GroupAustraliaBanks59.90%
68Lenovo GroupChinaTechnology Hardware, Storage & Equipment59.40%
69General MillsUnited StatesFood Products59.20%
70General ElectricUnited StatesIndustrial Conglomerates59.10%
71RenaultFranceAutomobiles59.10%
72EMC CorporationUnited StatesTechnology Hardware, Storage & Equipment59.10%
73National Australia BankAustraliaBanks58.90%
74Insurance Australia GroupAustraliaInsurance58.80%
75Banco do BrasilBrazilBanks58.80%
76AccentureIrelandIT Services58.80%
77HenkelGermanyHousehold Products58.60%
78Prudential FinancialUnited StatesInsurance58.50%
79AvivaUnited KingdomInsurance58.40%
80Takeda PharmaceuticalJapanPharmaceuticals58.40%
81PeugeotFranceAutomobiles58.00%
82PearsonUnited KingdomMedia57.90%
83PrologisUnited StatesReal Estate Investment Trusts57.60%
84AppleUnited StatesTechnology Hardware, Storage & Equipment57.50%
85CelesticaCanadaElectronic Equip., Instruments56.80%
86Bank of MontrealCanadaBanks56.80%
87SanofiFrancePharmaceuticals56.60%
88SysmexJapanHealth Care Equipment & Supplies56.60%
89NestleSwitzerlandFood Products56.40%
90Varian Medical SystemsUnited StatesHealth Care Equipment & Supplies56.10%
91VivendiFranceMedia56.10%
92Adobe SystemsUnited StatesSoftware56.00%
93CapitaLandSingaporeReal Estate Management & Development55.50%
94Samsung ElectronicsSouth KoreaSemiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment54.10%
95Astellas PharmaJapanPharmaceuticals53.10%
96Hewlett-Packard Company*United StatesTechnology Hardware, Storage & Equipment52.50%
97Nissan MotorJapanAutomobiles52.10%
98NovartisSwitzerlandPharmaceuticals51.10%
99Telefonaktiebolaget LM EricssonSwedenCommunications Equipment51.00%
100Essilor InternationalFranceHealth Care Equipment & Supplies48.60%

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